Win a Golden Ticket courtesy of panto!

Niall Heron as Willy Wonka and Kerry Corr, Stewartstown Amateur Dramatic Society Committee Member deliver the first box of Wonka Bars to Dalys in Stewartstown.
Niall Heron as Willy Wonka and Kerry Corr, Stewartstown Amateur Dramatic Society Committee Member deliver the first box of Wonka Bars to Dalys in Stewartstown.

Stewartstown Amateur Dramatic Society have teamed up with Northern Ireland’s very own Willy Wonka to produce a special pantomime themed bar that will give five lucky winners the chance to win free tickets to this year’s amazing panto at the Burnavon, Cookstown (from 6th – 28th January).

The ‘Willy Wonka: The Pantomime’ chocolate bars, produced by local firm Foster’s Chocolates, are on sale for £1 each in Daly’s Newsagents and Spar supermarket, Stewartstown; Newell Stores in Dungannon and Coalisland and Sheehy’s Newsagents in Cookstown.

Queues of children arrive at Dalys Stewartstown in anticipation of finding a Golden Ticket for this years Stewartstown Amateur Dramatic Society pantomime, in the Burnavon, Cookstown from 6th - 28th January.

Queues of children arrive at Dalys Stewartstown in anticipation of finding a Golden Ticket for this years Stewartstown Amateur Dramatic Society pantomime, in the Burnavon, Cookstown from 6th - 28th January.

Fosters Chocolate have been producing their hand made chocolate and confectionery products in Northern Ireland for over 25 years now, and are well known for chocolate bars and their famous honeycomb. They are pleased to support Stewartstown Dramatic Society in producing the fantastic ‘Wonka Bars’.

There are five golden tickets contained within the specially produced chocolate bars that could be anywhere, and those lucky children (or adults!) that pick one of the winning bars will receive a family pass to the finale night on 28th January.

Pat Smith, Chairperson of the Society, said, ‘This seemed too good an opportunity to miss, and we are delighted that Foster’s Chocolates, such an important local company, are supporting us in this way. We’d also like to thank the stockists of these one-off scrumptious treats who represent the local business community for supporting their local community. It is fantastic that these local businesses are leading the way, investing in the culture of the Mid Ulster area.”

There is a special preview night of the panto on Friday 6th January at 8pm, with tickets priced at £7. All other shows are priced £10 / £8 and a group booking offer – buy 8 tickets, get 2 free is also available. Friday shows are at 8pm, and Saturday shows are a matinee at 2.30pm and an evening performance at 8pm.

To book your tickets, call into the Box Office at the Burnavon, telephone on 028 8676 9949, or book online at www.burnavon.com